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Convictions For Falsified Data Raise Concerns Over Cleanup Contractor

May 07, 2018
The conviction and sentencing of two cleanup contractor supervisors in northern California who falsified radioactive soil sampling data at a former Navy shipyard calls into question whether the company that employed the men -- and reportedly has contracts at other contaminated sites -- could lose government contracts as a result, one environmental observer says. The U.S. Attorney's Office for the Northern District of California, along with EPA, and investigation units in the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and Department of Defense announced...


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